Grateful Dead Live at Soldiers' and Sailors' Memorial Hall on 1979-02-09
- Live concert
- Grateful Dead
- DeadLists Project
d2t03 splice 4:31
Eac in secure mode with proper offsets, 100% track quality, no errors.
Shntool used to confirm sector boundries
MKWact was used to convert to shn, seekable.
Convertion/Seeding done 12/15/02 by Glyde
Thanks to Paul for the discs
Another installment of The Music Never Stops Project
- 2004-03-26 10:16:58
- 3 Nak CM-300's> Nak 550> MC> R> CDR> EAC> SHN
- Kansas City, KS
- Transferred by
Subject: NFA claps conformed!
Subject: Not Fade Away
Subject: known flaws
Subject: "." Nonintuitive
Subject: It's good !
Subject: Despite the sound's remoteness, this is a very good show from Winter '79
2nd Set: Nice change of pace, opening with a "NFA." Random excursions lead to a nice slide and lead interplay at 5:45 through 6:30. Jerry then takes off on his own magical journey til we reconvene to sing a haunting outro...things get quiet and then BOOM... "Miracle" time. Crowd certainly appreciating the silence to over the top rock n roll. "Bertha" continues the good times with an agreeable if not standout version. "Good Lovin" raises the stakes yet again, and now I'm pissed that this tape is providing only half the requisite sound quality needed to fully enjoy this impressive set. "From the Heart of Me" does what's necessary, and provide a moment to chill. Rumble me gently, let's sway to a soothing "He's Gone." It's patient, comforting and well-told; Jerry remains on stage with the drummers for an extended noodling session that's not distancing because of the hearty meal being presented to us by the band this evening. "Drums/Space" pass the test, which sails into a "Truckin" that's decent, but carries with it a little less energy, a little more mellow, than the songs pre-Drums. "Comes a Time" is a beautiful choice as something with the neglectful, mourning "Black Peter" or "Wharf Rat." "Around and Around" concludes matters on a righteous note, building us all into a slightly uncontained frenzy.
Let's continue the party by throwing KC a decent "Shakedown" encore.
If it wasn't for this shoddy tape, this would be a 4 star experience. As it is, it's a 3 1/2 rated downward for an honest appraisel of the sound.
Subject: Incredible show!
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